While instructing, I am frequently asked if body position is important? This is only just behind getting asked is it Neil or Niall? For the record, it is Gaelic and apparently pronounced Nee-al, so blame my parents. My Dad was Neil by the way
-in but then that’s me having fun on motorbikes so it probably doesn’t count, and I suppose neither does buying lottery tickets because my real motive there is to win millions to blow on even more bikes.But I’m trying to be a better person in 2010 and I’ve started
The completion of the all new Silverstone GP circuit means we finally have a motorsport facility to match any other in the world. Many will argue that Donington is still more satisfying to ride but the combination of ultra fast straights linked with every type of corner you could...
Click to read: Suzuki GSX1400 owners reviews, Suzuki GSX1400 specs and to see the Suzuki GSX1400 image gallery.When I first saw pictures of Suzuki's new GSX1400, I had images of a big 1970s-style Eddie Lawson racebike thing. You know, big power, big engine, twin-shocks at the bac...
Click to read: Suzuki Bandit 1200S owners reviews, Suzuki Bandit 1200S specs and to see the Suzuki Bandit 1200S image gallery.LOOK UP 'MOTORBIKE' in the dictionary and I reckon you should find a picture of the Bandit 1200. Its big engine, splashes
, is okay but not special. The Suzuki V-Strom's strength is in being user-friendly and well balanced. It's far from bad motorbike and it's brilliant value for money, but it lacks the 'X' factor.
rostrum well into three figures. Old is fast becoming the new young so watch out for Whit and me at a racetrack near you soon!I suppose even if they don’t like motorbikes we should all try to love our neighbours. That’s not always easy though when the said
to it. The fact is if you can ride a motorbike at any level then you will enjoy a trackday at just about any circuit you fancy.It is completely acceptable to book yourself into the novice group and potter round in 3rd gear all day long, absorbing
Ask any youngster what the right handlebar grip on a motorbike does and he’ll tell you it’s for making the bike go faster.Which is true but it will also help you slow down, steer you into corners, steer you out of corners and assist greatly when
As with many things, the world of motorbikes goes in phases. It be might be manufacturers dominating a certain segment of the market or even one country seemingly having a never ending supply of successful racers and the same goes for tyres. Back
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